M Star Hotel
Travel Blogs from Red Bluff
... increasing frenzy and frustration I was interrupted by the attendant pointing out that I was sitting in the wrong car...I'm amazed he let me get in the right one and drive it away. (A Chevvy Malibu, Matt, I know you would want to ask).
Hardly anywhere open to eat that late at night so ended up at a Carl's Jr burger joint: Their slogan is "Eat like you mean it!" an exhortation with which I find it almost impossible not to ...
... Volcanic Park to Nevada. What I liked about CA: They put traffic warnings on the road at a lot of places. If there is a stop up ahead they will write it on the road, lanes have turn arrows. The variety of weather, you could be in the valley and in an hour be in the mountains or on the coast. Some of the places would be cool enough in the evenings and mornings to open the windows for awhile and lastly didn't have to worry about the ...
Yes indeed we were out of here at 11:17. It took us two hours to get to Vacaville....love that bay area traffic. Not much new on I-5 northbound to Red Bluff. Arrived at Durango, love this RV Resort....Luigis delivers right to your RV spot. ...
... judgement a bit on this RV park and the Redding/Red Bluff area since it was so oppressively hot at 106 degrees that we stayed in the A/C most of the day. Even the dogs didn't want to go out.
At 6:30 pm or so we ventured out to see one sight that Jon can now cross off his Bucket list - the Sun Dial ...
From our overnight stop at Klamath Falls it was only a short drive across the border into California as we headed towards Mt Shasta another snow capped volcano (over 14000 ft) that last erupted only 200 years ago.
From Mt Shasta we headed south east to Lassen Volcanic National Park, with snowcapped ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking